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Located in the heart of Marbella and Madrid, Tragabuches is much more than a restaurant; it is a culinary experience that revolves around the Andalusian gastronomic tradition. With an innovative concept while committed to the local product, this fusion offers lunches that surprise both locals and visitors.

Tragabuches opens its doors from 9:00 am, to welcome you and make you enjoy a lunch full of authenticity and flavor. Its non-stop cooking philosophy ensures that there is always a tempting option available, whatever the time of day.

What makes lunches at Tragabuches so special is their focus on zero kilometer products. Andalusian cuisine prides itself on using fresh, local ingredients, and Tragabuches takes this tradition to the next level by working closely with local producers to source the freshest and highest quality ingredients.

FROM ANDALUSIA TO THE TABLE

The culinary experience at Tragabuches goes beyond the food. Andalusian hospitality combines to create a warm atmosphere where diners feel at home. Whether you’re enjoying a quick lunch between meetings or taking your time to savor each dish at your leisure, you’ll always feel welcome at Tragabuches.

Tragabuches’ menu will make you experience an explosion of typical flavors of the land. From gazpacho to exquisite tapas such as ensaladilla rusa and croquettes, each dish is carefully prepared to highlight local ingredients and celebrate the rich culinary diversity of the region.

Fish lovers will find a wide selection of fresh fish from Mediterranean waters. From sea bass to ventresca, each bite is an ode to the taste of the sea.

Tragabuches adapts to all tastes and palates, the most carnivores also have their place in our menu, from lamb to Iberian prey.

Besides, the carefully selected wine list offers the perfect pairing for each dish, with a variety of local and international options that perfectly complement the flavors of Andalusian cuisine.

Lunches at Tragabuches are much more than just a meal; they are a celebration of Andalusia’s rich gastronomic tradition and a tribute to local product. Children also have their space. Tragabuches and its playroom are the perfect place for the little ones to enjoy.

Live the Tragabuches experience and wrap yourself in an Andalusian atmosphere.

It commemorates the 1980 referendum in which the Andalusian people approved the autonomy process of Andalusia. Since then, this southern Spanish region celebrates its day with special events and activities.

The referendum on February 28, 1980, was a crucial step towards Andalusia’s autonomy. 99.02% of the voters approved the Andalusian Autonomy Statute, which came into force in 1982 and granted this community wide autonomy to manage its internal affairs in areas such as education, health, culture, and economy.

The Day of Andalusia is an occasion to celebrate the rich history, culture, and traditions of this region. Andalusians dress in traditional attire, fly the Andalusian flag, and participate in events such as concerts, parades, fairs, and flamenco shows. Additionally, educational activities are organized in schools to teach children about the history and significance of this holiday.

Andalusian gastronomy is also an important part of the celebration. Typical dishes like gazpacho, salmorejo, pescaíto frito, and jamón ibérico are served in many Andalusian restaurants and homes during the Day of Andalusia. Also, tapas contests and wine tastings are organized to promote regional cuisine.

The Day of Andalusia is an occasion for Andalusians to celebrate their cultural identity and autonomy. It is a day to remember and honor the struggle of past generations who worked hard to give Andalusia its own voice and decision-making ability in the political and administrative sphere.

Celebrate Andalusia Day at Tragabuches by Dani García.

Enjoying the holiday in Andalusia at Tragabuches by Dani García is an unparalleled experience. Its special tasting menu offers a selection of the region’s most emblematic dishes with Dani García’s essence, such as salmorejo, chivo, or cherry gazpacho, reinterpreted with the chef’s talent and creativity.

Diners can enjoy these Andalusian delights in a cozy and elegant atmosphere that blends tradition with innovation. A toast with Jerez wine or a cocktail with local flavors completes this unique gastronomic celebration in the heart of Marbella and Madrid, a place that pays homage to Andalusia’s rich culture and cuisine.